Tower 42 was designed by Richard Seifert for the National Westminster Bank (NatWest) and was
originally completed in 1980. For over 30 years it was the tallest building in London and is still one of its best known landmarks.



Following NatWest’s decision to vacate, Tower 42 was extensively refitted between 1996-1998 to provide high quality modern office accommodation.

The combination of high quality office space and unrivalled levels of service has resulted in Tower 42 consistently achieving consistently some of the best occupancy levels in the City of London.

Tower 42 stands at the heart of an Estate including five other buildings - 20 Old Broad Street, 30 Old Broad Street, Plaza Restaurant, 15 Bishopsgate and Gibson Hall – totalling 2.2 acres.
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